“Think Like a Red Bull Soapbox Racer: Tips from #TeamHaikuDeck” – A Haiku Deck by Catherine Carr

Be creative, be prepared, go for speed, have fun — How competing in the Red Bull Soapbox Race can inspire winning presentations, too. {Tweet this deck with the hashtag #TeamHaikuDeck before June 30 to help us secure a spot in the Seattle Red Bull Soapbox Race lineup!}

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Be creative, be prepared, go for speed, have fun — How competing in the Red Bull Soapbox Race can inspire winning presentations, too. {Tweet this deck with the hashtag #TeamHaikuDeck before June 30 to help us secure a spot in the Seattle Red Bull Soapbox Race lineup!}

Source: www.haikudeck.com

Another presentation based slideshows from Prezi, the masters of lovely, graphic presentations. The images here would certainly spark interest and that is the heart of what they do. Using visual metaphors is a great way to connect your presentation to your audience.

Prezi – Blog – When Things Go Wrong in Public Speaking

Don’t give in to stage fright—follow these tips for avoiding a presentation meltdown a…

Don’t give in to stage fright—follow these tips for avoiding a presentation meltdown a…

Source: blog.prezi.com

Great advice. It is nerve racking giving presentations, no matter how often you do it. The blog here talks about how to deal with that horrible moment when it all goes pear shaped.

rvl.io

See on Scoop.itteaching with technology

Rvl offers an interesting twist on the online presenter genre… literally. The presentation can roll in many directions like a virtual cube allowing multi-track presentations. The site uses html5, so it works on most computers and devices. Editing is simple and you can share or embed your creations easily.
http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools

 

 

Louise Robinson-Lay‘s insight:

Present online in multi directions.

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